Dublin and Armagh to appeal €10,000 finesDublin and Armagh will appeal the proposed fines handed down to them by the GAA's disciplinary body following an investigation into a SF challenge earlier this month.
2015 Martin Donnelly All Ireland Poc FadaThe 54th running of the Poc Fada na hEireann will take place at Annaverna on the Cooley Mountains, north of Dundalk this Saturday August 1 (11.30am) where holder and ex Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins will be seeking his 9th record breaking title.
Thomas Davis GFC club notesLast week Kellogg's Cul Camps attended at the Club and we would like to thank all the mentors which included Aoife Lennon, Fintan Burns, Eoin Donaghy and Lisa Kelly.
McConville likens Monaghan to Chicago BullsOisin McConville has been impressed by Monaghan's basketball tactics.
Video: Prof Hollywood Cup aims to raise cancer awarenessThe Professor Hollywood Memorial Cup is in its second year of raising funds for the cancer units in St. Lukes and St. James's hospitals.
Championship tweets: Sheeran rules CrokerFrom the two sold out Ed Sheeran concerts at GAA headquarters to the action in Semple Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park, there was plenty of GAA talk on Twitter over the weekend. And the Mayo footballers nailed their header challenge!
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They know as much about serious level sport as I do about the sleeping habits of the Ayatollah."
Fines but no bans for Dubs and ArmaghFines of €5,000 each have been proposed for Dublin and Armagh by the CCCC following an incident in a recent challenge match which left Dublin's Davy Byrne with a broken nose.
Fines for Dublin and Armagh?Dublin and Armagh have been issued with the findings of the GAA's investigation into the challenge match that left Davey Byrne in hospital.
"I spotted Cindy Crawford a couple of metres away"Marty Morrissey has opened up on his failed attempt to chat up Cindy Crawford.
Championship tweets: Stay classy Dessie Dolan!Dessie Dolan's fashion sense was was a hot topic of debate on Twitter last night ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Donegal in fairness were the better team last year, and fully deserved it, but we just wanted to come here and show that we were a good team, and that we could win another Ulster final."
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerThe Munster senior football championship replay was centre stage in today's action.
Hurling rankings: no change at the topThe more things change, the more they stay the same.
Ulster football final sold out as northern attendances up 5.6%Sunday's Ulster football finals double header at Clones is now sold out, with huge interest particularly from supporters in Donegal and Monaghan for the senior showpiece.
Clarke taking flightCrossmaglen Rangers will be without the services of Jamie Clarke for the rest of the season.
Kernan urges CCCC to watch video in fullJoe Kernan has called on the CCCC to look at the "whole video" of the controversial Armagh v Dublin SF challenge match.
Ulster U21HC: Glensmen and Oak Leafers to contest finalTonight's Ulster U21 hurling semi-finals produced victories for Antrim and Derry.
O Fearghail: there are no games behind closed doorsDublin and Armagh must co-operate with the CCCC's investigation into the the challenge match incident that left Davy Byrne with a broken nose, according to GAA president Aogan O Fearghail.
Every game is governed by the same rules - Ó FearghailGAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail insists challenge matches must be subjected to the same investigative procedures as competitive fixtures.
Byrne incident will be investigatedThe GAA has belatedly decided to investigate the incident that saw Dublin's Davey Byrne sustain serious facial injuries against Armagh.
HS football team of the weekEight counties are represented on our football team of the week ...
McGeeney rues lack of firepowerKieran McGeeney was lamenting Armagh's lack of scoring power after their championship exit at the hands of Galway.
Championship tweets: Class of 93It was business as usual for Ciaran Kilkenny and his Dublin team-mates in Croke Park yesterday ...
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"We are nicely balanced and pretty much injury-free at this juncture, so it's all systems go now for the quarter-final."
SFC qualifier: Comer goal secures Galway's safe passageDamien Comer's 42nd minute goal sent Galway on the road to a round 2B victory over Armagh at the Athletic Grounds.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe games are really coming thick and fast now and today's key action included the Leinster SFC and Munster SHC finals.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday was one of the busiest days on the GAA calendar as we brought you no fewer than six games from the All-Ireland SFC and SHC qualifiers.
Preview: SFC qualifier - Armagh v GalwayWill it be a case of third time lucky for Armagh tomorrow?
Team news: Armagh without captain McKeeverAaron Findon returns to the Armagh starting 15 for the visit of Galway to the Athletic Grounds on Sunday, but captain Ciaran McKeever misses out again as manager Kieran McGeeney makes only one change for the Round 2B SFC Qualifier clash.
Team news: Three changes in Galway 15Galway boss Kevin Walsh has made several changes for the Tribesmen's Round 2B SFC Qualifier meeting with Armagh at the Athletic Grounds on Sunday (throw-in 3pm).
Walsh confident ahead of Orchard testKevin Walsh says Galway are buzzing as they prepare to lock horns with Armagh this weekend.
Odds: One bridge too far for WestmeathThe challenge that awaits Westmeath in Croke Park next Sunday is illustrated by the fact that Ladbrokes have priced Dublin at 1/100 to capture their ninth Delaney Cup in 10 years.
Clarke speaks out against verbal abuseJamie Clarke says there is no place on a football field for sledging or sectarian abuse.
Armagh to escape sanction over Byrne injuriesNo Armagh player will face disciplinary action over the injuries sustained by Dublin's Davey Byrne in a recent challenge game.